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In France, public transportation is managed at multiple administrative levels. SNCF runs most of the trains, with shorter-distance trains operated on behalf of the regional councils. Buses are a mixture of private companies and public authorities, coordinated at the level of régions, départements or communauté de communes/d'agglomération/urbaine ...
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As you can see on the map if you zoom in a little, the nearest train station is Lus-la-Croix-Haute. The trip from Grenoble takes about an hour and a half, it should appear as a result on the SNCF website, or you can see the timetable here. To reach Vaunières, maybe you could use a taxi or a car rental, I am not able to find any public transport option.
We took a similar trip from Tissamaharama to Dalhousie with a private driver (we more or less drove past Udawalawe, so the answer might be applicable for you too). Our host in Tissamaharama organized a private taxi for the trip. We were a group of three on that trip and paid around 5000 sri lankan rupees per person. My advice: Ask your host if he knows a ...
Hokkaido is great, although transportation there is far from perfect. While relying on public transport only the easiest places to visit would be Sapporo, hot springs around there and Hakodate. Taisetsuzan is amazing place itself but there's nothing to do without a car, unfortunately. Of course, buses do run, but travelling from one place to another place ...
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